Aging in Rural Places: A new publication examines health and wellness in rural areas Kristina Hash.


Aging in Rural Places: A new publication examines health and wellness in rural areas Kristina Hash, associate professor in the educational college of Social Work at West Virginia University, has co-edited and co-authored a written reserve examining rural areas and discussing the issues, programs and policies made to meet residents' needs. ‘Maturing in Rural Locations,’ a written book created for students and practitioners, features case studies from experts in the areas of health, social work, nursing, pharmacy, speech pathology and counseling showing how exactly to better provide treatment to elderly people in rural communities. ‘Students and practitioners need to be up-to-day on the challenges to supply the best look after these individuals,’ Hash said.The investigators at GlaxoSmithKline experienced access to the data once the data were unblinded, and all of the authors had access to the data approximately 2 weeks thereafter. Investigators at GlaxoSmithKline and members of the steering committee and the independent data and safety monitoring committee monitored the analysis and gathered and analyzed the data. The steering committee was responsible for overseeing the conduct of the trial; the independent data and safety monitoring committee was responsible for ensuring patient protection and had access to unblinded data.